Laboratory Researct @ HMC
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Saman Arbabi, MD, MPH, FACS
Associate Professor, Department of Surgery

The innate immune response is designed to focus a controlled inflammatory effort in a spatially localized manner. Subsequent systemic inflammation can be seen as an un­controlled or overwhelming response. Using a burn model, our lab investigates the systemic and local effects of modifying inflammatory signaling. We have demonstrated that a topical application of p38 MAPK, an inflammatory signaling cascade, attenuates acute lung injury and organ dysfunction.


Location: RT 5th Floor (lab)/HMC 7EH (office)
Phone: (206) 731-4231
Email: sarbabi@u.washington.edu
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